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For other positions that may be of interest, please see below.

Summer Mentored Employment Program Opportunity – Riparian Restoration Plot                      Re-measurement

Applications for a CoF Undergraduate student to work with a graduate student on a Riparian Restoration Plot Re-measurement project during the summer are now being accepted. You can read about the project description on the Mentored Employment Program webpage. Applications and interest must be submitted by June 4th.

You must be a continuing CoF undergraduate student who will be registering for fall term classes to be eligible.  Questions about the Mentored Employment Program can be directed to Brooke Harrington, 133 Snell Hall.

Self-Learning Center Student Workers

The Self-Learning Center (SLC) is a student focused learning space that serves the students of the College of Forestry. In addition to housing course reserve materials the SLC makes available learning tools and small equipment such as whiteboards, computer adapters, handheld magnifying lenses, engineering scales, calculators, etc. for check-out. Wood sample kits are also available for study while in the SLC. Student Assistants work on daily administration of the SLC. This position involves a high degree of independent work with limited supervision; it is vital that staff members are able to stay on task and act with professionalism and responsibility.

CoF Student Resources & Engagement seeks two or three (2-3) student workers to join the staff in the 2018-19 academic year for approximately 10 hours per week (no more than 20 per week permitted). Flexible hours are possible though a set schedule each term is required. The ability to work evenings and Sundays is required.

For more information and to apply please visit:

Deadline: May 23rd

Please direct any questions to Kira Hughes at 541-737-3475 or






Undergraduate Research Ambassador

This recruitment will be used to hire three part-time (a maximum of 20 hours per week) Undergraduate Research Ambassadors to work within the Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, & the Arts at Oregon State University (OSU). Students in this position will help raise awareness of, and encourage involvement in, undergraduate research or creative work at OSU.

OSU Undergraduate Research Ambassadors will help the Undergraduate Research Coordinator inspire students to engage in experiential learning opportunities. Specifically, Ambassadors will serve as role models and mentors to students interested in undergraduate research or creative projects by giving presentations about how to get involved, developing online resources, managing social media accounts, planning social and networking opportunities, advising students during drop-in hours, creating marketing materials, among other undergraduate research-related goals.

To apply and learn more visit here. Deadline is May 30th.


Wildland Firefighters WANTED

Miller Timber Services is in need of Wildland Firefighters. With free training, meals are provided, and a potential summer income of $8000-$14000+. To learn more contact or call 541-929-2840. Visit




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